Tutorials & Tips Link Party {88}

Welcome to the 88th Tutorials & Tips Link Party! I’m excited you are here and can’t wait to see what you have to share with us this week. If you missed the round-up of features from the past two weeks, be sure to click here to see 17 fantastic DIY Christmas Ideas that are sure to get your creative juices flowing!

diy christmas ideas

Tomorrow, I hope you’ll stop by to see my Christmas home tour and peruse all of the other fantastic homes that are participating in the 2012 Virtual Holiday Housewalk!

christmas house tour

And finally, I have a great contest going on right now that I know you will want to enter! Wayfair.com invites you to create a Pinterest board with 5 product pins from Wayfair.com and you will have a chance to win everything on your board up to $1000! Click here to see how to enter. 


Phew! I always feel like there is so much to cram in at this time of year! And now it’s time to see your creativity at its finest.

If you’d like to link up, please be sure to read the rules before linking.

Remember that everyone with a tip or tute is welcome to link up but only those who link back to me within their post will be featured.

Party Rules

  • Any tip or tutorial is welcome! Decorating, holiday ideas, room makeovers, cleaning tips, recipes, crafts, and sewing all count.
  • Keep content fresh! Please do not link the same projects week after week. I will delete posts that you’ve linked up here several weeks in a row.
  • If your post has been featured in a Tutes & Tips Not to Miss, please do NOT link it up again.
  • Please don’t link up giveaway posts.
  • Link back. I only feature those who link back to me within your post.
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  1. Tricia says

    Thank you so much for sharing my boxwood wreath tutorial! I’m a little late for the party, but I just linked up! Thanks for hosting it!

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